Working out 2 hours a Day may be too Much for your Caloric Intake
It tells me that your workouts are not achieving the optimal intensity which
is required to "shock" your body into changing (losing weight).
Establishing a Workout Routine is an Important First Step But...
Many people never advance and keep the same exercise routine which the body
easily adapts to.
In Order to Avoid or Break through your Plateau, you must
Change it up
your case it means to have shorter duration, higher intensity workouts.
Taking a week off before you change up your program is important as well.
You neglected to mention rest. Rest is just as important as training and
nutrition so make sure you get adequate sleep.
Staying properly hydrated is another important thing which is easy to
overlook. Drink enough water
Increased Performance = Better Weight Loss
Ignore things such as "fat burning zones" on cardio equipment and do not be
afraid to add a few pounds to your weight training exercises. A simple
trick to increase intensity is to use your workout time as the limiting factor.
Pick an amount of time such as 45 minutes and try to work out so hard that
you get the same exhausted feeling you have gotten in 2 hours in the past.
If you are used to working out for long duration you will be surprised that
after a short, high intensity workout, you will feel energized and not fatigued
Feed your body the needed healthy food for high intensity workouts, fuel your
body like a race car do not starve it. Once you adapt to a high intensity
workout program it is time to change it up again.
Evolve your Exercise Program before your Body Adapts and Reaches Plateau
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